Jake Paul’s current character sees him as a heel who loves getting under the skin of his opponents before every boxing match. Jake Paul isn’t afraid to call out top UFC stars for fights as he has called out the likes of Nate Diaz on numerous occasions for a fight. At one time he even called Nate Diaz every day to book a fight against him.
The Problem Child continues to make outrageous statements and ridiculous boasts for attention. For the most part, it certainly is working as fans simply want to see Jake Paul get his face punched.
This includes the times he has compared himself to Muhammad Ali and even stated that Ali was never tested like he was. Paul even revealed that he was suffering from memory loss after over 20 concussions.
It is interesting to note that his second match against Tyron Woodley managed only 65,000 buys on pay-per-view. Even his first match with Woodley sold around 480,000 to 500,000 buys as well. In light of such news, Jake Paul took to Twitter and vehemently denied the poor numbers, stating that the actual numbers are yet to be determined.
The PPV number rumors are bullshit 1st fight w Woodley we sold 500k+ Numbers for this one are still rolling in but still looking positive Not my best business night But remember.. Everyone wanted to see me Vs. Fury and that’s what we sold..
We will have to wait and see who Jake Paul’s next opponent will be once he returns to boxing. He has recently called out Canelo Alvarez, so we wonder if Alvarez will be next or not.
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